“Fundamentally uneconomic” Site C Dam would lose $350 million a year for taxpayers: Industrial energy expert
The proposed Site C Dam would lose $350 million a year for taxpayers, estimates longtime industrial energy expert Dan Potts - calling the $8 Billion project "fundamentally uneconomic".
SFU Professor Mark Jaccard shoots down the economics of BC LNG, not to mention the enormous carbon consequences from an industry already cutting corners.
Malaysia’s Petronas is seeking billions in tax relief from the federal government in exchange for building an LNG terminal in Prince Rupert.
BC and China have inked a new deal to allow foreign temporary workers into the province to help build an LNG industry.
From the $3.3 Billion Port Mann Bridge to a stadium roof that ballooned to over 500% of initial estimates, Damien Gillis and CFAX's Ian Jessop discuss the BC Liberal government's real fiscal record.
Keeping the Peace Valley’s farmland and ecosystems intact - instead of ramping up fracking and building Site C dam - would be worth some $8B/year, a new study finds.
While the fast ferries scandal sank the NDP, the BC Liberals boast a much bigger list of fiscal fiascos...Why would the projected $8 Billion Site C Dam be any different?
In an open letter to BC Premier Christy Clark, the District of Hudson's Hope says Site C Dam would harm the province's credit rating, while offering more prudent energy alternatives.
Longtime Fort St. John businessman Bob Fedderly isn’t buying the economic benefits touted for the proposed Site C Dam. The owner of Fedderly Transportation sat down with The Common Sense Canadian’s Damien Gillis a...
From billions in coastal property damage to the effects of extreme weather on food production and the heat on productivity, The Economist calculates the cost of ignoring climate change.